Flair Devices communicate with each other using 915MHZ radios (in North America). The expected range between Flair devices is at least 80 meters (approximately 262 feet). Range may vary due to placement and the number of RF-impeding structures (large metal objects, etc.). Flair uses Bluetooth as Beacons and zero-configuration temperature-information broadcast. Gateway Pucks use WiFi to relay information between between the Flair App, the Flair Cloud, integrations, and devices. For talking to Minisplits, Window ACs, Portable heaters/ACs, fans, and/or AV devices, the Pucks use built-in IR (infrared) blasters.
Articles in this section
- How can I adjust the scroll speed on my Puck?
- The Puck shows something on the display, but is not responding
- Do I need a Puck in the room that has my Smart Thermostat?
- Can a Puck control multiple Smart Vents in the same room?
- How many Pucks do I need for my Central System?
- How many Pucks do I need for my Window Units / Mini Splits / Portable AC / Portable Heater?
- Can I have a system with no Pucks?
- Can Flair connect my Mini Split, Window AC, or Portable to my smart thermostat?
- What are the Puck communications standards?
- Do I have to plug in my Puck to AC power?